March Madness is set to consume American businesses, with more white-collar workers expected to indulge in the tournament this year than in 2016.

Don’t put it past employees to find a way to watch – they’ll be doing all they can to keep up with the tournament while prioritizing brackets over spreadsheets.

In total, over half (53%) of business professionals said they plan to watch the NCAA Tournament this year, of which 61% will be watching during the workday, according to a new Office Pulse study. That’s a lift of 17% from last year, when just 52% of business professionals said they would watch the tournament during the workday.

Not much is out of bounds for game-crazed employees trying to manage the madness. While nearly a third of employers allow tournament viewing during office hours, nearly one in five workers plan to secretly watch it and 1 in 10 plan to take an extra-long lunch.

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